Audio Visual Production Specialist
Audio Visual Production Specialist
Expected Start Date: As soon as a suitable candidate is found.
Date Posted: 9/20/2022
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled.
TITLE: Audio-Visual Production Specialist
REPORTS TO: Learning Resources Center Manager
OBJECTIVE: Responsible for coordinating the daily operations of the Learning Resources Center (LRC); providing audio-visual (AV) support services as needed in the classroom for students and faculty, and providing AV support for campus events, meetings, conferences, workshops, and other related activities.
- Manages and supports the maintenance of the latest media equipment, integration of audio-visual and computer services, and requests and concerns for audio-visual services from students, faculty, and staff.
- Coordinates on-campus special events and ensures their success by serving as liaison between the LRC and other departments.
- Recommends and trains faculty and staff on the latest media, to enhance their ability to collaborate and share information, and to operate equipment relative to their discipline or need.
- Assists faculty in converting lectures to digital format for electronic delivery and online courses/programs.
- Ensures availability of functional equipment, and performs proper setup of all audio-visual and computer equipment campus wide to support classrooms, lectures, and other activities.
- Assists Information Technology (IT) with daily operation needs such as classroom support, and collaborative projects.
- Capture presentations, workshops, and various related activities conducted on campus to facilitate electronic access by faculty and students.
- Maintains front desk service to students, faculty, and staff with audio-visual support, and facilitates the check-in/check-out of various audio-visual and computer equipment.
- Informs faculty and students of available new media and technology.
- Maintains the cleanliness of the audio-visual area, classrooms, and equipment storage area.
- Adheres to Professional Development Plan (PDP) to ensure an increase in knowledge relative to audio-visual technology.
- Manages work study students with daily audio-visual operations.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Education: Associate's degree from an accredited college. Training in computers or technology. Preferred Bachelor of Arts degree in Audio and Video Production.
Experience: Five years (5) equivalent work experience in audiovisual techniques is required.
SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
- Proficient with audio-visual equipment such as projectors, digital cameras, video camera, audio mixers, microphones, videotaping, editing, and video capture equipment.
- Ability to lift, transport and assemble audio/visual equipment.
- Must be able to lift at least 40 pounds.
- Ability to work cooperatively and courteously with co-workers and LRC users.
- Knowledge of standard Mac and IBM software applications
- Demonstrate interpersonal communication skills, and experience working in a team-oriented environment.
- Audio-visual certification is a plus.
- Able to work weekdays, and some weekends and evening hours.
RESPONSIBILITY FOR CONTACT WITH OTHERS:
Work as part of a team to accomplish LRC activities. Work closely with the LRC Manager in establishing flexible work hours for work-study audio-visual duties.
PERCENTAGE OF TIME ALLOCATION:
1.0 FTE (100% Title III)
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS (The sum of all requirements should equal 100%).
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For questions regarding this posting contact:
Office of Human Resources
Paine College is an Affirmative Action, Equal Educational Opportunity Institution.